TOEFL is an international English language test that measures a student's reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. Alongside GMAT/GRE/SAT, TOEFL is a pre-requisite to get into most colleges in the US for Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D. or MBA programs. The test is mostly taken in the Internet based (ibt) pattern. It comprises four sections: Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing (in this order) and the duration of the test is approximately 4 hours (including a 10 minute break). Each section is scored on a range of 0 to 30 points ,making 120 the composite score.

The Quantitative Ability or Quant portion has two 35 minute sections, each containing 20 MCQs. The level of content tested on this section is about mid-school to high school Math, with questions involving calculations that can be done with the help of an online calculator. The Quant section is scored on a range of 130 to 170 points.